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There is a user who is complaining that his user account is not getting authenticated against a NEW DC

Unfortunately, his login script was not copied to the new DC and soUsers are not getting mapped to network drives or printers.

for example

Please immediately copy CCRWAS_BWI_ALL.bat from \\CCRDC20DCA\netlogon (the old DC) to \\USADC12WAS002-1\netlogon (the new DC).

is there any way to do that
pramod1Asked:
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Justin YeungSenior Systems EngineerCommented:
you can always copy the file directly to the shared folder under net logon.

However net logon folder should be replicated via FRS / DFSR, try to force a replication from the server and see if it works.

run dcdiag /test:replications on the DC and confirm no error on replications.

run repadmin /replsummary see if any replication error.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Agreed - YOU should not be copying - if it didn't copy itself, you CLEARLY have a problem with your AD replication - you need to fix that.  You run DCDIAG /C /E /V and check your event logs on each DC for a more comprehensive review of the health of AD.
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